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(L-R) Keith Mullen of The Farm, former Liverpool football manager Kenny Dalglish, comedian John Bishop, Peter Hooten of The Farm, Steve Rotherham MP, former Liverpool player Phil Thompson, photographer Mike McCartney, Andy Brown from Lawson and Carl Hunter from The Farm pose for the media at the launch of the charity recording 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' at HMV in Liverpool, north-west England on December 17, 2012. The recording has been made to support the families of Liverpool football club supporters who died during the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989. Proceeds will go towards legal costs in the families' continued fight to quash the accidental death inquest verdicts. An application to overturn the verdict was made by Attorney General Dominic Grieve and is due before the High Court in London on December 19. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS (Photo credit should read PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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(L-R) Keith Mullen of The Farm, former Liverpool football manager Kenny Dalglish, comedian John Bishop, Peter Hooten of The Farm, Steve Rotherham MP, former Liverpool player Phil Thompson, photographer Mike McCartney, Andy Brown from Lawson and Carl Hunter from The Farm pose for the media at the launch of the charity recording 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' at HMV in Liverpool, north-west England on December 17, 2012. The recording has been made to support the families of Liverpool football club supporters who died during the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989. Proceeds will go towards legal costs in the families' continued fight to quash the accidental death inquest verdicts. An application to overturn the verdict was made by Attorney General Dominic Grieve and is due before the High Court in London on December 19. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS (Photo credit should read PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 17, 2012
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